Electrical Wiring Services

Electrical Wiring Services

No need to hire an electrician — Gibbs Home Improvements can do it all!

At Gibbs Home Improvements, we applaud the handymen and Do-It-Yourselfers of Southeast Wisconsin. But when it comes to electrical work and projects, it’s best to call in a professional. Our technicians are experienced and skilled in the installation of new outlets, moving existing outlets and wiring appliances anywhere in your home or garage. We don’t consider electrical wiring a DIY project due to the multiple risks involved. For our technicians, there’s no wiring job too big or too small.

Electrical Wiring Services in Milwaukee

We’re proud to serve Milwaukee and the surrounding Southeast Wisconsin region to ensure that the electrical wiring of your home is in perfect working order. When you count on Gibbs Home Improvements to complete home repairs and construction, you not only get the highest quality of design, building and installation services, but you also get professional technicians who can complete the entirety of a job in a timely manner. Our services include electrical wiring because we want your kitchen remodel, bathroom addition or garage renovation to be complete with lighting. There’s no need to hire an electrician when you choose Gibbs Home Improvements.

We are available for all of your home’s electrical wiring needs. We are experienced in the installation of new electrical outlets in new homes and existing homes, and we can place additional outlets during the time of our remodel or addition construction. We also move outlets in homes to better suit your needs, all while staying within local and state codes and regulations.

Many of our clients use our electrical wiring services in Milwaukee during a kitchen, bath, basement or garage remodel in order to correctly install and wire a variety of appliances. And of course, when you have new lighting fixtures installed, you want to see them light up the room when the job is finished! Make sure your outlets can handle a washing machine, dishwasher, refrigerator, air conditioner and any other appliance by trusting our electrical technicians. We always do the job right the first time, and we always work toward the safety of our clients and their families.

Risks of DIY Electrical Wiring

The safety of our clients is one of our top concerns, which is why we advise electrical wiring be left to the professionals. There are many risks involved in wiring, and it’s easy to make a mistake that can lead to injury. And even if the DIY task is a success, DIY electrical wiring can prevent homeowners from getting home or renters insurance.

  • Fire hazards are the most obvious risk of DIY wiring. Using an incorrect gauge of wiring or put heavy current demands on one outlet can result in an electrical fire. These types of fires often occur when homeowners are away, and can lead to the total destruction of your home.
  • Short circuits can release unusually large amounts of energy, which can result in massive amounts of heat to be released. Overheating is common with short circuits and can ultimately lead to a fire or explosion if the voltage is high enough. 

One of the leading causes of electrical fires in the United States is faulty wiring. By allowing Gibbs Home Improvements to handle your wiring needs during home construction, home renovations and remodels or the construction of home additions, you can be assured that the wiring will be completed the correct way and be up to code.

Think you have faulty wiring? Look for these signs:

  • Breakers trip often
  • Fuses are blown frequently
  • Lights flicker
  • Appliances or outlets give off a burning odor
  • Outlets spark
  • Wall outlets become discolored
  • Light switches and outlets are warm or hot

If you notice any of these warning signs, contact Gibbs Home Improvements.

Gibbs Home Improvements

Address

  • 6982 N. Range Line Rd.
  • Milwaukee, WI 53209

Phone: (414) 915-6085

Email: lrgibbs50@yahoo.com

Hours

Mon-Fri: 7:00-5:00

Sat: 8:00-4:00

Sun: 9:00-3:00

Service Area

Southeastern Wisconsin